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RUFC - A look through the archives for 14 March

Let's take a look back at what happened on this day.... 14 March

It was on this day last year, that we went to Spotland and beat Rochdale 2-1. Reuben Reid scored the first for the Millers on the fiftieth minute and Ryan Taylor made it 0-2 twenty minutes later. Adam Le Fondre got a consolation for Rochdale.

Millers Team that day

Warrington
Green
Sharps
Fenton
Tonge
Hudson
Cummins
Harrison
Reid
Broughton (Burchill)
Taylor


In his post-match interview, Mark Robins said that his team were 'outstanding.'

On this date, two years ago (2008), the Millers were getting ready to play a game at Millmoor against local rival's Chesterfield.

14th March 2007

It was on this day that caretaker Manager, Mark Robins, said he was ready to look at the young players at the club - such as Mark Newsham, Sam Duncum, Ryan Taylor, Jamie Yates and Stephen Brogan.

Robins had also brought in Rossi Jarvis on a months loan from Norwich City and said that 'he is versatile, has good feet good defensive qualities and can pass a ball. He could play either in mid-field or at left back.'

14th March 2006

Ronnie Moore was back in town with his Oldham side. But, the Millers sent him packing with no points after winning 2-0. An own goal by ex-Miller, Chris Swailes on the twenty-first minute followed by a Paul McLaren goal five minutes from time gave the Millers the points in front of 5,823 fans at Millmoor.

Millers team that day

Montgomery
Hurst
Barker
Murdock
Robertson
Mullin
McLaren
Quinn
Williamson
Keane
Forte (Hoskins)



Millers Stats for 14th March

1928 D3N Bradford City A L 1-3
1931 D3N Halifax Town H W 2-1
1936 D3N Lincoln City A L 0-4
1953 DIV2 Blackburn Rovers H D 0-0
1959 DIV2 Bristol Rovers A L 1-4
1961 DIV2 Swansea Town A L 1-2
1972 DIV3 Notts. County H D 2-2
1978 DIV3 Cambridge United H W 1-0
1979 DIV3 Chester A W 1-0
1987 DIV3 Bolton Wanderers A D 0-0
1989 DIV4 Scarborough H D 1-1
1992 DIV4 Northampton Town A W 2-1
1995 LD2 Wrexham A L 1-3
1998 LD3 Mansfield Town H D 2-2
2006 LGE1 Oldham Athletic H W 2-0
2009 LGE2 Rochdale A W 2-1

Played 16
Won 6
Drawn 5
Lost 5
Scored 19
Conceded 24






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Date:Sunday March 14 2010

Time: 7:53PM

 

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